Then, Mr Tree trying to find the location where he found Cryptocoryne crispatula var. crispatula (aquatic aroid) about 2 years ago.....but he couldn't find it. It was getting late, we got another half an hour to search the Crypt before we called a day off.
I was busying photographing the insects in the bushes & suddenly Mr Tree shouted "Cryptocoryne" very very loud... (in Mandarin language) I jumped up and quickly ran towards the bushes. I saw a beautiful stream behind the bushes.....and unbelievable.....I saw Cryptocoryne crispatula var. crispatula for the first time in my life!!!! At that moment, I forgot all my problems back home....& all of us screaming & jumping in the stream like a group of crazy people....Ha!ha!ha!
Collecting loaches & gobies in a river near a restaurant:
In the late afternoon, we're trying to find the habitat of Cryptocoryne crispatula var. crispatula ....there's a stream behind the bushes. Mr Tree turned left to check it out....
And, he found Cryptocoryne crispatula var. crispatula in a new spot!
The habitat (fast flowing stream):
After dinner, 3 of us went to a nearby river to check out the gill net that we set up not long ago before sunset. As the air temperature was dropping slowly, we needed to wear jacket.
Mr Tree is checking his gill net:
Apple snail (Pila sp.) - Apple snail is a pest. This snail also can transfer a type parasite called Angiostrongylus cantonensis to Humans.
Zacco platypus in its natural habitat.
Freshwater shrimp (Macrobrachium sp.)
Parazacco spilurus spilurus
Common tree frog. (Polypedates megacephalus)